After preparing to participate by reading and/or viewing this week’s resources, respond to the discussion prompt below by creating a new thread in this week’s forum. Then respond to a thread posted by one of your peers. For more information on how your work will be evaluated, see the discussion board rubric in Course Information.
Read the article “Your Brain on Video Games” by Steven Johnson. Next, explore the scholarly research on this topic in more detail in the article by Granic, Lobel & Engels. Then move on to the last part of the assignment, watching Jane McGonigal’s TED Talk. Finally, go to the discussion board and write a post that responds to the video and readings. (You are encouraged to also reference any optional materials you had time to review, in your discussion board post.)
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